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Assessment of critical gaps in rural health care system of Andhra Pradesh
|Statement||Dayakar Thota ... [et al.].|
|Series||Report series -- RP 41/2007|
|Contributions||Thota, Dayakar., Institute of Health Systems (Hyderabad, India)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||2009310140|
State. Gram Panchayat. Panchayat Samiti. Zilla Parishad. TOTAL. Andhra Pradesh. 14 1 Arunachal Pradesh. 5 1 7 Assam. TELE-HEALTH MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS SYSTEM From the literature survey, it is evident that there is very less work done to increase the effectiveness of the Healthcare Delivery System in Rural India. There is a need for systematic evaluation of the requirements and conditions of Rural India for better and affordable Healthcare.
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Author(s): Thota,Dayakar; Institute of Health Systems (Hyderabad, India) Title(s): Assessment of critical gaps in rural health care system of Andhra Pradesh/ Dayakar Thota [et al.].
Country of Publication: India Publisher: Hyderabad: Institute of Health Systems, Description: 1 v. According to National Family Health Survey-3, the private medical sector remains the primary source of health care for 70% of households in urban areas and 63% of households in rural areas.
The study conducted by IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics inacross 12 states in o households indicated a steady increase in the usage of private healthcare facilities. Andhra Pradesh is one of the largest states of India with more than 60 percent of the population earning their livelihood in agriculture.
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He has been Project Director for Andhra Pradesh District Poverty Initiatives Project and Andhra Pradesh Rural Poverty Reduction Project. He was a member in Welfare Commission on Farmers, a Commission appointed in response to the Agrarian Crisis in the State, Working Group on Poverty Elimination and was associated with the Expert Group on.
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